Nicaragua is the cheapest country for travel in Central America. It’s also safer than some of the countries to the North. Enjoy colorful colonial cities, exploring active volcanoes, one of the world’s largest freshwater lakes and amazing hikes.
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It’s not every day you get the opportunity to wander through an abandoned hospital but in colonial Granada, Nicaragua many unusual things are possible.
San Juan Del Sur is known for amazing surfing. It’s also got some amazing views of the sunset and pacific ocean. But it’s a small, dirty town that can be dangerous. Accommodations and restaurants are overpriced. Yet it remains a stop on the backpacker travel trail.
A volcano experience filled with adventure, caves, beautiful landscapes, wild creatures and a bloody, barbaric history.
Lying on the outskirts of Granada is an extravagant cemetery sprawling with mausoleums, marble tombs and detailed religious sculptures.
Travel to León, Nicaragua & explore what this colonial city offers. Wander León’s streets and see colorful churches, statues, parks & taste the street food.
Tracking down the neatest colonial churches in the sultry streets of Leon, Nicaragua.
Leon offers comfortable hotels and low budget hostels – I’m reviewing one of each, both are highly rated and possibly excellent choices for your next stay in this city.
A horse carriage is parked in front of the Guadalupe Church in one of Central America’s oldest European-founded cities, Granada, Nicaragua.
High above sea level at the top of this volcano’s slopes is a mystical cloud forest where everything is enveloped by the mist and fog.